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Also, today on the US West Coast, the Never Again Coalition kicks off their month long online series "Rising Up: Sudan" Among their many events, they will be showing the film, "Khartoum Offside," which we reviewed here: . Visit for more info! @NeverAgainPDX 

One person was killed during largely peaceful demonstrations in Sudan’s Khartoum, as protesters took to the streets demanding faster reform and greater civilian rule

During the Cold War, Khartoum was very successful in frustrating international solidarity, especially by other Africans, for South Sudan's independence struggle.

Smoke billows from burning tyres during a protest in Khartoum, Sudan calling for justice for those killed in the anti-government demonstrations that ousted president Omar al-Bashir last year Picture: Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty ImagesPictures of the day:

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Protesters are gathering in Khartoum and other parts of Sudan, calling for reforms and better living standards. Police have reportedly fired tear gas at demonstrators in the capital, according to the Baj News website. (Pics from Sudan Professionals Association)

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Authorities in Sudan have deployed security forces along major bridges in and around the capital Khartoum ahead of mass protests expected later today. We hear from a Khartoum resident who’s planning to take part in the protests

#BREAKING: We call on all parties to abide by the constitutional declaration, says the #US  Embassy in Khartoum

#BREAKING: We support the right to demonstrate on June 30: #US  Embassy in Khartoum

#BREAKING: We call on the demonstrators to voice their demands peacefully, the American Embassy in Khartoum says


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I’m in Khartoum today, where the streets are filled with tens of thousands of incredibly brave and determined pro-democracy protestors - just 4 weeks after the massacre of 120 protestors by paramilitary forces. They refuse to give up their demand for civilian government.

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I interviewed General Mohamed Hamdan, known as Hemeti, whose fighters led the brutal assault on protesters in Khartoum on June 3. Story:

THREAD On June 3, 2019, there was a massacre on the streets of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum. This is the story of that massacre, told through the phone cameras of those who kept filming, even as they came under live fire. #BBCAfricaEye 

Sudanese citizens and activists have launched a social media campaign to save five lions from starvation at the Al-Qureshi park in an upscale district of the capital Khartoum#SudanAnimalRescue 

#IWD2020  Women were on the frontline of a wave of popular protests that rocked the world over the past 12 months. For #InternationalWomensDay  we look back at a year of female uprising - from Buenos Aires through Khartoum to Hong Kong

Sudan is in the midst of a political crisis after security forces opened fire on pro-democracy protesters in the capital, Khartoum killing at least 100 people The BBC's @fergalkeane47  spoke to victims and those who witnessed the violence [Tap to expand]

"Sudan could get very bad, very quickly." Sudan is in a political crisis after a tumultuous month in the capital, Khartoum, in which pro-democracy campaigners were shot dead on the streets. @moehash1  explains his worries for the immediate future of his country.

No matter if it's in Khartoum or Hong Kong or Ferguson, you have the right to make yourself heard. Protest is not a crime. Protest is not a crime. Protest is not a crime. Protest is not a crime. Protest is not a crime. Protest is not a crime. Protest is not a crime.

Death toll in Sudan rockets to 100 as security forces continue their bloody crackdown on protesters in Khartoum.

Death toll rises after Sudanese security forces forcefully cleared a protest camp in Khartoum. Latest updates: